Philodendron Collection

Philodendron Collection

Philodendron Collection

If you are a houseplants lover, you must not miss Philodendron Collection in your either indoor or outdoor garden—or, even both! One of the reasons is that—Philodendron is one of the hottest and most popular houseplants today. This popularity is caused by none other than its ease of care. Yes, Philodendrons are easy to care, thus they become one popular pick among new and seasoned gardeners.

There are about  450 (or more) philodendron varieties in the world. The plant form the Araceae (Arum) family is native of Caribbean, Colombia and Venezuela. However, today, Philodendrons can also be found in tropical countries in Asia. Philodendrons are characterized by by their growing habit, either climbing or upright. They are available in myriad colors, sizes and textures.

Philodendrons symbolize personal growth. Thus, they would make great presents for your friends or relatives who are going through a major life event or making personal improvements. Besides, they also symbolize love of nature. If you have a strong passion for nature and eco-friendly lifestyle, why don't you start from collecting Philodendrons? The following Philodendron Collection may trigger your interest 

Philodendron Hope Selloum     

This Philodendron is popular for its eye-catching, sculpture-like leaves. If you go to Instagram and search for Philodendrons you may find a lot of feeds on this variety.  To make this plant thrive, you can place it in a spot that gets bright, indirect light—keep the soil moist but avoid overwatering. Most importantly, rotate the pot every few days if the plant starts to slant toward the sun.

Philodendron Prince of Orange

If you love colorful-leafed plants, you should not miss this Prince of Orange. This plant has colorful leaves that emerge a bright orange and turn a light green as they mature. This Philodendron is of an upright variety—and produces a tight cluster of leaves around a central stem. If you want to grow this plant, make sure to place it in a spot that gets moderate to bright, indirect sunlight—but avoid placing it in a shady spot, it won't survive there.

Philodendron Pink Princess

Another colorful-leafed plant that you should not miss is Philodendron Erubescens—or, famously known as Philodendron Pink Princess. As shown in its well-known name, this plant is loved for its variegated leaves in a magnificent shade of pink. To get the most vibrant color of its leaves, make sure to place it in a spot that gets bright light. Also, don't forget to mist the plant or put a humidifier—because this plant thrives in high humidity.

Philodendron Burle Marx

This Philodendron is named after the architect, Roberto Burle Marx. This philodendron is of an upright variety. The plant has copious paddle-shaped, shiny green leaves. It looks good, both in indoor and outdoor garden. To make it thrives best, you should make sure to place this plant in a  bright but indirect light.


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